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Good range of alcoholic drinks an atmosphere
Beer at $9/$10 a pint
Finger food available for order at the bar
$9-$15/plate (small plate)
Seat up to 100
Nice place to have an after-work drink.
Didn't take any pictures as having a...More
Nice and quiet rooftop for a quiet drink. Lovely atmosphere
The girls behind the bar appear to have no experience though. She didn't know what Campari was and when I asked for a lager on tap she didn't know what beers were a lager
Nice rooftop bar in the heart of the city. Good drink list and atmosphere and it's fairly sheltered and there are heaters so you can still go during winter. My only issue was that the music was a little loud so it made it hard...More
This review is based on the Republic pub on the 1st floor and Taylor's rooftop bar.
Republic Pub: This is just your typical city pub, nothing sets it apart from typical pubs, the beer is plentiful and the menu is average. Go here for a...More
We visited yesterday, and didn't receive a hello from the staff, nor a smile or please or thank you when ordering drinks. Our friend pointed this out to him and he rudely walked away to snigger at us with another member of staff.
Taylor's Rooftop Bar at The Republic is a little gem in the heart of the city. Situated on the 3rd floor rooftop of the Republic Hotel it can be accessed easily by stair or via a lift.
When I visited at lunchtime it was a...More
My daughter had a gathering of friends and family at the Taylor's Rooftop Bar section of the Republic Hotel. You can walk up the many stairs as we did, but there is also a handy lift on the ground level for those less mobile. We...More
My first time here just now pre lunch for a quick beer - the Lazy Yak pale ale which is one of my many favourite Aussie beers ....
No longer a hotel - you have a few bars, a VIP lounge, a function room and...More
Date of experience: November 2016
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